GA-Progress Campaign (from March): Both Senate Races Tight (user search)
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Alben Barkley
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« on: May 19, 2020, 12:32:37 PM »

This kinda confirms to me that the Democrats actually do have a chance in both races, even with the subpar candidates.  

I'd say the max seats the Dems can flip would be seven, for a net of six.

Gain CO, AZ, ME, MT, NC, GA, GA-S

Lose AL

I'm kind of assuming TX, KY, KS, and IA are fools gold.

KS isnít if Kobach is the nominee. Not sure about IA. KY yes, TX probably yes.
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